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- Names: The Poetry Collection X
- American poetry -- 20th century 21
- Poets, American--20th century--Correspondence 20
- Poetry -- Women authors 16
- Poets, American--20th century 14
- Poetry -- Publishing 12
- Poetry -- Periodicals 11
- Little magazines 9
- American poetry -- 20th century -- Periodicals 8
- Publishers and Publishing -- Correspondence 8
- Poetry 7
- Publishers and Publishing 6
- Publishers and publishing--United States 5
- Visual poetry 5
- American poetry -- New York (State) -- Buffalo 4
- Concrete poetry 4
- Photographs 4
- Poets, English -- 20th century -- Correspondence 4
- Poets, English--20th century 4
- American poetry -- 21st century 3
- Beat generation 3 + ∧ less
- Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988 9
- Western New York Collection of Small Presses and Cultural Institutions (State University of New York at Buffalo) 6
- Abbott, Charles D. (Charles David), 1900-1961 5
- Di Prima, Diane 5
- Williams, Jonathan, 1929-2008 5
- Bennett, John M., 1942- 4
- Cole, Norma, 1945- 4
- Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005 4
- Enslin, Theodore 4
- Wieners, John, 1934-2002 4
- Adam, Helen, 1909-1993 3
- Berrigan, Ted, 1934-1983 3
- Blonstein, Anne, 1958-2011 3
- Broughton, James (James Richard), 1913-1999 3
- Bukowski, Charles, 1920-1994 3
- Bunting, Basil, 1900-1985 3
- Burroughs, William S., 1917-1997 3
- Corman, Cid 3
- Graves, Robert, 1895-1985 3 + ∧ less
Correspondence regarding administration of the University Libraries, the creation and maintenance of the Poetry Collection of Lockwood Library at the University of Buffalo; professional papers including his research and publications; personal records, including biographical material, social correspondence and clippings; records of the Fenton Lecture series, 1935-1941; and records of the Buffalo Film Society, 1935-1938.
This collection contains material from Alpha Beat, an independent press publishing Beat generation and Beat-inspired work. Included are manuscripts, advertisements, reviews, and production material for monographic and periodical publications.
Records from the UB Student Poetry Prizes, which include the Academy of American Poets Prize, Friends of the University Libraries Undergraduate Poetry Prize, and the Dan Liberthson Poetry Prize.
The Athanor collection contains all of the papers relating to the publishing history of the magazine including manuscript submissions, editor's correspondence, and business documents.
Collection of materials relating to the personal life, photography, and writings of Michael Benedikt. Michael Benedikt was a writer and editor who was also active in documenting "Happenings" in the 1960's and 1970's The collection includes poetry drafts, manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other related materials.
Bruce Boone is a poet, writer, translator, and activist living and working in San Francisco, CA. The Bruce Boone papers span the years 1940-2014 and contain Boone’s manuscripts, correspondence, personal records, writings by contemporaries, and original artwork. The collection contains paper, analog, and born-digital records.
Collection contains editorial and business records for the five issues of Boss magazine (1966-1979), BossCards, Boss postcards, and books published by Boss Books. Material includes production material, correspondence, interviews, newspaper clippings, photographs, film stills, negatives, manuscripts, original artwork, and business financial records.
The Gabrielle Bouliane collection includes materials related to the life and career of Gabrielle Bouliane as well as slam poetry events. Gabrielle Bouliane was a performance poet who performed at several National Poetry Slams and founded the Nickel City Slam. The collection materials includes ephemera and articles related to slam poetry events as well as notes and other written materials by Gabrielle Bouliane.
Poet, filmmaker, and playwright James Richard Broughton (1913-1999) grew up in San Francisco and was educated at Stanford University. Alongside poets Kenneth Rexroth and Robert Duncan, he was a member of the San Francisco Renaissance movement. Hamilton and Mary Tyler befriended many writers, and were long time friends of Robert Duncan. This small file contains two letters to the Tylers (1962), two TMsS, and an inscribed broadside.
The Bunting Pickard collection contains approximately 1,000 volumes from Basil Bunting's personal library, many signed, inscribed, and/or with notes; the notebook manuscript of Briggflatts; 64 letters from Bunting to Tom Pickard; manuscripts and typescripts of works by Pickard; correspondence; materials relating to the Morden Tower reading series; cassette recordings of Bunting; and miscellaneous photographs.
The Chain collection contains material pertaining to the editorial business and production of Chain magazine from 1993-2004. Material includes correspondence and submissions, production material, printer invoices, and correspondence between the editors, Juliana Spahr and Jena Osman. Formats include printed email, correspondence, floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, and VHS.
This collection consists of letters between Thomas Connolly and various writers, some of which are personal and/or relate to his research interests, but most of which document the hiring of writers as faculty for summer sessions at the University at Buffalo.
The Contemporary Manuscripts Collection contains a total of thousands of pages of manuscripts and/or correspondence from hundreds of poets and writers such as Lascelles Abercrombie, W. H. Auden, David Gascoyne, Elizabeth Jennings, Hugh MacDiarmid, Thomas Merton, Charlotte Mew, Ezra Pound, Alastair Reid, Peter Russell, Winfield Townley Scott, Genevieve Taggard, Ruthven Todd, Henry Treece, and Louis Zukofsky.
Collection consists of letters from poet and publisher Cid Corman to John Martone and includes two typed manuscripts by Corman, Pith Water and No Telling.
Rachel Guido de Vries is a poet and fiction writer who has known Diane di Prima since meeting her at Syracuse, NY, in the mid-1980s. This collection consists of correspondence from Diane di Prima, Lyn Lifshin, and Marge Piercy to Rachel Guido De Vries, as well as a draft of di Prima's work, Loba.
Carl Dennis is a poet and educator based in Buffalo, NY. The Carl Dennis papers contain his manuscripts, correspondence, and 2001 Pulitzer Prize. The materials span 1980-2019, when Dennis donated the material to the Poetry Collection. The collection contains both paper and born-digital items.